While the executable file may be more convenient to use, it is suggested to use the script instead as you can go through it to verify that it is legit before you run it.If you select the script option, you need to download Auto It first.
It will prompt for the directory regardless of that -- you can accept the default selection if it found the right directory -- and also a directory to write a log file to.
Once that is out of the way, it will load Steam and start validating all installed games on the PC. Some games on the other hand will load an installer instead when you run verification.
While you could go ahead and remove games from Steam right away to install them anew, validation is often the better solution.
Validation works similar to Windows' sfc /scannow command.
Having problems starting Sup Com2 unload all mods and remove them from the mod manager then follow these steps then reload the mods again.
Verify integrity of game cache Load Steam From the Library section, right-click on the game and select Properties from the menu.
Once installed, right-click on the script and select the option to run it from the context menu.
The program attempts to find the right games directory automatically using the Windows Registry.
It always re-downloads for some oddball reason now.
I'll still be tracking the progress Skyrim and I've been experiencing the same thing while doing testing.
It will check the integrity of game files to make sure they are in working order.